A Story of Friendship, Goodbyes, and a Love for Steep Skiing in Norway
A Tour of a Renovated, DIY $500 Truck-Camper Rig
Norway’s Skamtinden Mountain Pushes Skiers Out of Their Comfort Zone
A Review of the Australian Off Road Sierra Trailer
Is Nállangáisi the “Most Beautiful Mountain” in Northern Norway? Nikolai Schirmer Finds Out.
A Review of the Can-Am Defender Limited HD-10
Rock Climber Pete Whittaker Flashes One of the Hardest Trad Routes
How to Make Your Truck Bed More Versatile
Convinced Cycling and Art Have Nothing in Common? Think Again.
A Tour of Brian Smith’s 2021 Mercedes Sprinter
‘Bloom’ Explores Grief and Healing Through Skiing
How to Chop Wood
Turns out it’s not as easy as you think
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Done wrong, splitting logs for firewood can be dangerous, backbreaking work that results in smoky fires. That’s why Wes Siler thinks it’s so important to do it right. In this episode of Indefinitely Wild, Wes walks you through proper form, ideal work spaces, and the tools of the trade. Follow these instructions and you’ll stay warm all winter.